Maryland July 14, 2018
The Underrated Natural Wonder Every Marylander Should See At Least Once
For a smaller state, Maryland sure does have a lot of natural wonders. One of the most underrated spots is actually a cave and it’s perfect for explorers of all ages. Check out this hidden gem at least once, which is known as one of the most naturally kept caves in the world.
Crystal Grottoes Caverns is located in Boonsboro, Maryland.
It was discovered during a quarrying project in the 1920s. Blasting was then created to make this more inviting entrance for curious tourists.
Pay admission and step right in. You'll instantly feel like you're in another world.
Did you know that Crystal Grottoes Caverns has more formations per square foot than any other cave known to man? Really!
Keep your eyes peeled for the various formations all around you...
...and feel like an adventurer as you walk through surreal tunnels.
This spot is great for all ages. Just be sure to bring a jacket, as the caverns remain at a crisp 54-degrees year-round. This actually sounds like a perfect way to cool off during those humid summer months.
If you've never been, make sure to put Crystal Grottoes Caverns on your Maryland bucket list. It's truly one-of-a-kind.
Find Crystal Grottoes Caverns at:
19821 Shepherdstown Pike
Boonsboro, MD 21713
For more information, including pricing,
visit the website here.
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